Here's what the Rolling Stones' Detroit concert looked like from a drone

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COURTESY OF MOTOR CITY DRONE COMPANY
  • Courtesy of Motor City Drone Company

On Wednesday, some 50,000 people filled Comerica Park for what might very well have been the Rolling Stones' final Detroit date. The Motor City Drone Company was on hand to document the event and sent us the above photo.

What a view!



Read intern Adam Theisen's story about why the Stones' Detroit gig should be regarded as a homecoming show here.

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